Movie Poster Frames

A lot of people have questions on the best way to frame a movie poster.  While movie poster frames can range in size, the two most common sizes for movie posters are 24×36 and 27×40.  Lucky for you, we have a wide range of movie posters and frames for those posters.

First, you need to pick out the perfect poster.  Posterservice.com offers a wide range of options, with many top movie poster choices including Super Hero Movies, Star Wars, Terminator and more!

Here are just a few of these great options:

Movie Poster Frames
Movie Poster Frames -Terminator
Movie Poster Frame
DC Comics – Movie Poster Frame
Movie Poster Frames
Movie Poster Frames – Marvel Comics
Movie Poster Frame
Movie Poster Frame – Space Movies
Classic Movie Poster Frames
Classic Movie Poster Frames

Once you’ve found that perfect poster, you need a movie poster frame.

  • 24 x 36 Poster Frame – This is the most common poster frame size (average poster size) and generally the size that standard posters are made. This is the ideal size for concert and novelty posters to hang around your room or house.
  • 27 x 40 Poster Frame – This is the standard movie poster frame size for typical movie posters (occasionally you’ll find them sized 27 x 41) making it perfect for officially licensed movie posters.

In case you were wondering, all frames can be used to frame posters no matter the type or style. Just remember when your choosing picture frame sizes best suited for your needs, always (and I can’t stress that enough) measure your image first. Our frame sizes are based on inside dimensions, meaning if you have an image that is 8 x 10 and you do not intend on using the mat, you would want to order an 8 x 10 frame. Now if you have an 8 x 10 image and do want to include the mat in the framing process, you have to order a larger frame size to accommodate this.

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